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Author: Carlie Kane


Carlie Kane (she/her) is an Anishinaabekwe (Anishinaabe woman) with community ties to Obishikokaang (Lac Seul First Nation). She holds a BA in Indigenous Studies and is pursuing a JD at the University of Manitoba.


Treaty 3: Honouring its truths

By Carlie Kane

Treaties were meant to ensure peaceful co‐existence between settlers and Indigenous peoples. But they became instruments of colonial control. Together, we can return to the original goal of mutual respect and care.

Mist rises off a large, calm lake surrounded by an evergreen forest.